Dec 29, 2010

Hungarian Chicken Paprikash



This famous Hungarian dish is not typically cooked in the crockpot which is a shame because once you taste a whole chicken made in one their is no going back. The spices and juices marinate beautifully throughout the chicken. Paprika is a well known spice used throughout Europe and is displayed perfectly in this dish. Serve the chicken over noodles with the amazing sauce dolloped on top of it all. If you do not have a crockpot then you cook the chicken in a roasting pan for 1-1/2 hours and basically the rest of the recipe is the same.

1 whole chicken
1/4 butter
1 onion, chopped
2 tablespoons paprika
1 teaspoon salt
1/2 teaspoon pepper
3 tablespoons flour
1 cup sour cream
cooked noodles to serve

1. Place butter and onions in bottom of crockpot. Add chicken breast side up. Sprinkle paprika, salt and pepper in top of chicken. Cook on high heat for 6 hours. Half way though baste chicken.

2. Place cooked chicken into a serving platter. Add flour and sour cream into crockpot with juices and whisk continuously. Serve chicken and sauce over noodles.

Yields: 4 servings

7 fabulous comments:

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This looks like a very nice and delicious recipe! I would love to try this on New Year's dinner!

Chef Jay said...

Hi, just want to tell you that this one really looks sooo delicious. The sauce is so creamy and matches best with a chicken. I'll try this one out other than my own canning salsa recipes. Happy cooking!

Noor said...

Thank you all so much and please let me know what you think of it.

://: Heni ://: said...

mEsalaamu aleikoum,

I'm Hungarian. This is not the traditional way of making csirke paprikàs - but all the same looks and probably tastes great!

Noor said...

Most of my recipes have my own twist but I am not always a traditional kinda gal ;)

Noor said...

Btw I never knew you were Hungarian mashAllah.

://: Heni ://: said...

Esalaam,

Yes my recipes tend to be twisted to my liking too LOL .... but machallah I did like the dish!

Yes I am Hungarian but orgin but lived in the States for long long time LOL§